Pilot unhurt when biplane crashes in Wisconsin field
The Associated Press
JIM FALLS- A pilot walked away unhurt after his plane crashed nose first in a field near Jim Falls in western Wisconsin.
Authorities say David Worgernese, of Eau Claire, was piloting the biplane when it developed engine problems Monday afternoon
The Chippewa County Sheriff's Department says he attempted to land in a hay field just after 1:30 p.m. when the plane clipped a corner post of a fence.
The plane was identified as a 1941 Waco UPF-7 single-engine biplane.